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  1. 1. MS Office 2013 Chef Sunil Kumar, Research scholar IHTM, MDU ROHTAK, 09996000499
  2. 2. Basic formatting operations in MS-Word Different Ways to Select Text • Double click on the word. • Sentence CTRL + click in the sentence. • Move the mouse pointer into the left margin next to the line you wish to select (the pointer arrow should point towards the right), and then click to select. • Paragraph Triple-click in the paragraph OR Double-click in the left margin by the paragraph. • Series of lines or paragraphs Move the mouse pointer into the left margin, click and drag down until the desired selection is made. • Entire document Press CTRL+A ,OR Triple-click in the left margin. • Series of non adjacent blocks of text Select the first block of text, hold down CTRL and select all subsequent blocks. • Text between two points in a document Click where you wish the selection to start, scroll if you need to, hold down SHIFT and click where you wish the selection to end. • To extend a selection Once you have select one block of text, hold down SHIFT and use the cursor keys or Page Down key to extend the selection. • The down cursor key will extend selection by a line for each press, the right cursor key will extend the selection by a character each press. • Text with similar formatting Click in the text which has the formatting you wish to select for. Then click on Select text with similar formatting (Home tab, Editing group, Select button)
  3. 3. Basic formatting operations in MS-Word Line Spacing Shortcuts CTRL+1 Single line spacing CTRL+2 Double line spacing CTRL+5 1.5 line spacing Case Changes Use SHIFT+F3 to cycle through the possible cases: all upper case, all lower case, only first letter of each work. Text Alignment Shortcuts CTRL+L Align text left CTRL+E Align text centre CTRL+R Align text right CTRL+J Justify
  4. 4. Adding Horizontal Lines TYPE OF LINE TYPE AND PRESS ENTER --- (3 hyphens) (3 underscores) === (3 equal signs) *** (3 asterix) ~~~ (3 tildes) ### (3 hash signes)
  5. 5. Adding Blank Spaces Between Paragraphs Without Having to Manually Insert a Blank Line Between Each Paragraph Using The Home Tab i. Select the paragraphs you wish to apply spacing to ii. Go to the Home tab, locate the Paragraph group and click on the Paragraph dialogue box launcher button. iii. Locate the Spacing section and the After box and set the value(s) to what you require, e.g. 6pt, 12pt, 9pt Using the Page Layout Tab i. Select the paragraphs you wish to apply the spacing to ii. Go to the Page Layout tab and locate the Paragraph group iii. Enter the value(s) you require into the appropriate Spacing
  6. 6. Repeat the Most Recent Action If you have just formatted some text it is possible to repeat the same formatting to further text. Select some text and format it, e.g. bold, font colour or borders Select text you wish to repeat the most recent action to Press the Function key F4 (or use the Repeat button on the Quick Access Toolbar)
  7. 7. Copying Formatting From One Block Of Text To Another . Select the text which has the formatting you wish to apply elsewhere ii. Click on the Format Painter button (Home tab, Clipboard group) A small paintbrush will be attached to the mouse iii. Drag the mouse over the block of text to be reformatted TIP: Double click the Format Painter button in step 2 if you wish to apply the formatting to multiple blocks of text. Then press ESC to stop the feature. TIP: Keyboard shortcut for this feature is to use SHIFT+CTRL+C to copy the formatting from selected text, and SHIFT+CTRL+V to apply to selected text
  8. 8. • Undo Lots of Things In One Go • Line Numbering • New File Shortcut CTRL+N • Move to Another Open Word Window CTRL+F6 • Close a Window ALT+F4 • Open Recently Opened Documents • Bookmark a Recently Opened Document with a Pushpin • Maximizing and Restoring Window Double click on the title bar
  9. 9. Basic formatting operations in MS-Word • Minimizing Ribbon • Quick Access to Crop Command and Style Options for a Graphic • Adding your Favourite Commands to the Quick Access Toolbar • Using Preset Styles to Format Your Document Headings • To Modify One of the Preset Styles • Navigate Using the Navigation Pane • Reorganize Chapter Heading Via the Navigation Pane • Switch on the navigation pane, then click and drag the headings up or down into new positions. This saves on time consuming cut and pastes when restructuring your document.
  10. 10. Creating a Basic Automated Table of Contents • Apply preset styles to your headings • Position the cursor where you wish to insert the table of contents • Go to the References tab, locate the Table of Contents group • Click on either the Automatic Table 1 or Automatic Table 2 option. TIP: • Once you generate a table of contents, if you edit the document you must also update the table of contents as it does not automatically update itself. • Display the Update Table of Contents dialogue box using one of the following methods: • Click on the Update Tables command (References tab, Table of Contents group) • Click inside the table of contents and press the F9 key on the keyboard • Right click anywhere inside the table of contents and select the Update • Field option from the drop down menu which appears. • Select the option you require from the dialogue box and click OK. You would usually select to update the entire table
  11. 11. Session I Basic formatting operations in MS-Word, Mail Merge, Charts in MS- Word, Formula in MS-Word, Review options: Comments, Manage MS- Word Add-ins Session II Different Ways to Select Text., Bookmark a Recently Opened Document with a Pushpin, Layout Options icon Corrections, Color and Artistic effects, Password-Protecting Documents; Merging and Comparing Document Changes